foggy

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stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

indistinct or hazy in outline

filled or abounding with fog or mist

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obscured by fog

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Everything we think we know about our own legal system we know comparatively, on the basis of counterfactuals, imaginary alternatives, usually conjured foggily.
In the first episode, Bram not only steals from a conquest and cozies up to his own flesh and blood, but also advises Alice to get an abortion when he foggily believes he has impregnated her and dupes her into paying his rent.
It wobbled foggily somewhere between jug bands and Stax-Volt, surreal wet dreams and revival meetings.
She drifted into her own tape (which she'd never make): the first time she'd made love, in high school with Louis Fuzollo, the surprise and messiness it; then the two months with Louis's cousin Michael; foggily she thought of the horrible 8th week abortion her senior year, followed by the months of depression--and abstinence, till, in Northhampton, the first beautiful relationship, her sophomore year, with Henry Greif, her Western Civ instructor.